Appreciation, Culture, Employee Engagement, Leadership, Teamwork

Tips to Build a Great Company Culture


All business owners want their employees to love coming to work.  Employees should not dread their jobs every day.  They should find it very hard to leave, but that’s not always the case.  Most of this is because of workplace stress, created by leaders, co-workers, or challenging projects.  Company Culture should ease some of this stress because culture is supposed to sustain employee enthusiasm.

Here are some tips to help business owners build a great company culture:

1 – Hire only people who fit into the current company culture.  Many qualified individuals may have a solid performance, but if their attitude clashes with the company culture, it can be detrimental to the business.

2 – Make sure all employees are in line with the company’s values and mission.  Those who are passionate about what the company is doing, become more dedicated and strive harder to accomplish goals.

3 – Help the team members feel like they’re part of a team, not just an individual.  Individuals can break down during conflicts and become ineffective.  Team members work together and work best when they are feeding off each other.  Teams get things done!

4 – Allow all the team members to help in decision making.  If employees just go to work and do what they’re told, they are only helping someone else achieve their dream.  Involve all employees in making company decisions.  They want to have a voice that creates meaningful impact within the company.

 

rsz_2018-headshotActionCoach-logo


If you would like further information or you have any questions about this blog, you can email me at pjweiland@actioncoach.com or call 847-739-3079.

For your complimentary business coaching session visit, www.actioncoach.com/pjweiland.

Build a Business image 3 (small title)

To register for our complimentary workshop, How to Build a Business you can Sell, visit www.actioncoach.com/pjweiland. Let’s work together to help your business grow.

This entry was posted in Appreciation, Culture, Employee Engagement, Leadership, Teamwork and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *